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Crowning Glory

Poets wax eloquent on the tresses
Of fair maidens framing their faces
Like dark clouds surrounding the moon
Or like the coolness of shade at noon

Keeping a lock of the beloved's hair
As a token of love for the maiden fair
- A tradition in the romantic ages,
Its beauty filled many poetic pages

Rapunzel let down her long golden hair
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Wednesday, September 2, 2020
Topic(s) of this poem: hair,poem
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